HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC):
English League One side Bradford City's prolific Bermudian striker Nahki Wells has been ruled out of action for at least a fortnight with an injury sustained in a home match over the weekend.
Results of a scan on his injured left ankle have revealed he suffered ligament damage from a challenge by Shrewsbury defender Dave Winfield.
Manager Phil Parkinson said: "The scan showed there was nothing really serious."
Wells, 23, the club's leading scorer with nine goals in all competitions this season, hobbled off midway through the first half of Saturday's game, which fifth-placed Bradford won 2-1 with an injury-time winner from the Bermudian's strike partner James Hanson.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (CMC):
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has joined the growing list of well-wishers hoping Trinidad & Tobago national defender Akeem Adams makes a full recovery after suffering a massive heart attack in Hungary last Wednesday night.
FIFA Social Media Manager Alex Stone has indicated that Blatter was aware of Adam's situation and has sent his regards to his family and the Trinidad & Tobago football fraternity.
"Sending my best wishes for a full recovery to #akeemadams, a 22-year-old player of Ferencvaros & @TTFootballAssociation" the post stated in Blatter's official Twitter account.